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  • Asia Pacific Battery Market Forecast 2019-2027

    ... by the end of 2027. Countries like the Republic of China, India, Japan, South Korea, Australia and the remaining regional countries forming the Rest of Asia Pacific are considered for the market study. MARKET INSIGHTS ... Read More

  • North America Battery Market Forecast 2019-2027

    ... of application and battery type. The various investments for the development of new forms of batteries are expected to open many doors for market expansion. MARKET INSIGHTS The United States and Canada are considered for ... Read More

  • Europe Battery Market Forecast 2019-2027

    ... years of 2019-2027. The United Kingdom, France, Spain, Italy and the remaining countries constituting the Rest of Europe segment are considered for the market study. MARKET INSIGHTS The European Commission has premeditated to encourage foreign ... Read More

  • Global Battery Market Forecast 2019-2027

    ... the active material used and the concentration of lead. Batteries are mostly used in automobiles, electronics, golf carts, and forklifts among others. Their daily use aspect lies in cases of power shortages, blackouts or when ... Read More

  • South Korea Renewables Q4 2019

    ... to total 26.3GW, we believe that the sector willonly account for 7.5% of the total electricity mix by 2028, way below the government’s targets. This is due to the robust pipeline ofthermal power facilities and ... Read More

  • Brunei Oil & Gas Q4 2019

    ... LNG export capacity intact. The USD6bn PalauMuara Besar refining and petrochemicals complex, scheduled to open in 2020 after two years of delay, will boost the downstreamsector, turning Brunei into a net exporter of refined products. Read More

  • Tanzania Power Q4 2019

    ... our forecast period to 2028. Added to that,government's determination to develop the Stiegler's Gorge Hydroelectric Power Plant will absorb a large portion of its expendablecapital designated for power sector expansion, weighing on its ability to ... Read More

  • China Mining Q4 2019

    China Mining Q4 2019 Key View: China's mining sector growth will suffer over the years with government-led consolidation, depleting reserves, falling oregrades and the weak price outlook for coal and iron ore. Read More

  • China Oil & Gas Q4 2019

    ... to benefit the most. Elevated macro, external headwinds, particularly in light ofongoing trade conflict with the US, are depressing domestic demand, although the sheer size of its market will ensure Chinaremains a formidable consumer and ... Read More

  • Czech Republic Renewables Q4 2019

    ... on developing nuclear powerinstead. Despite government statements that it intends to increase renewables capacity to lower fossil fuel electricity reliance, wemaintain a bearish outlook for the the sector until further progress is seen. Renewables will ... Read More

  • Equatorial Guinea Oil & Gas Q4 2019

    ... 2021 and peak two years later, though there is upside risk from new projects and recentexploration. Oil production from maturing fields is set to decline over our 10-year forecast period to 2028 absent new discoveries. Read More

  • Hungary Power Q4 2019

    ... facilities and non-hydro renewables projects. Wedo not expect the expansion of Paks-2 nuclear facility to be completed by the end of the forecast period in 2028. Electricitytransmission and distribution losses will decline on account of ... Read More

  • Namibia Power Q4 2019

    ... an attractive option for extending electricity accesswithout straining the national grid. Financing and logistical issues mean that there will be no new thermal and hydropower projectscoming online over our forecast period, and as a result, ... Read More

  • New Zealand Oil & Gas Q4 2019

    ... exploration. The chronic decline in crude oil production would warrantgreater dependence on imports, primarily Middle East for refining feedstock and South Korea and Singapore for direct refined fuelpurchases. The drop-off in gas is concerning, as ... Read More

  • Nigeria Power Q4 2019

    ... will be vulnerable to power cuts owing to frequentgas supply disruptions, issues with infrastructure and problems with payments. Transmission and distribution losses will remain apersistent issue because of an ageing and inefficient grid network and ... Read More

  • Uganda Oil & Gas Q4 2019

    ... as well as progress on the planned Hoima refinery. Inaddition to the ongoing tax dispute between Tullow and the government following Tullow's stake sale in the production project(increasing risks that FID will not be taken ... Read More

  • Romania Power Q4 2019

    ... the power generation segment until there is greatercertainty over the future of the Cernavoda nuclear facility and a handful of other megaprojects. Recent changes to the regulatoryenvironment, including the establishment of a 3-year electricity cap ... Read More

  • United States Power Q4 2019

    ... facilities. Over the longer term, we expect that total power generation will grow byan annual average of 0.9% between 2020 and 2028, as growth in gas and non-hydro renewable energy continues and increasestheir respective share ... Read More

  • Uzbekistan Power Q4 2019

    ... business environment. This notwithstanding,economic reforms undertaken by President Shavkat Mirziyoyev's administration as well as improving prospects for closercooperation among Central Asian states pose an upside risk over the medium to long term. Gas-fired generation is ... Read More

  • Zambia Power Q4 2019

    ... of the country's first round of Scaling Solar projects in recent months. Its robusthydropower sector will generate an excess of electricity, allowing the country to export electricity under normal rainfall conditions.However, the lack of power ... Read More

  • Sweden Mining Q4 2019

    Sweden Mining Q4 2019 Key View: Sweden's mining industry will continue to face a number of global headwinds, including sluggish metals consumptionacross much of the eurozone. Read More

  • Ghana Power Q4 2019

    ... investment opportunities, which we expect will account forjust over half of the country's electricity generation. Despite investments in the grid, further maintenance and upgrades arenecessary to reduce the high level of transmission and distribution losses. Read More

  • Austria Power Q4 2019

    ... coming years, as ageing coal-fired thermalpower plants are phased out in favour of renewables. With a currently limited project pipeline, this could leave Austria more reliantupon imports, and it is therefore possible that the country ... Read More

  • India Power Q4 2019

    ... upcoming years, as they remain committed to improving fuel supply topower generators, expanding renewable energy into the power mix and improving transmission. We maintain our view that India'spower sector will expand rapidly over the coming ... Read More

  • India Renewables Q4 2019

    ... capacity growth of 136GW between the end of 2018 and 2028. In linewith this, the re-election of Prime Minister Narendra Modi will prove a supportive factor for the market, given his previousadministration's focus and positive ... Read More

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